If you are looking for a tranquil romantic oasis in the heart of Seminyak, then look no further than Sini Vie Villa.
The Best Of Bali
We love nothing more than to share the best of Bali with you. From our favorite places to eat, drink, shop or relax to unique day excursions and even trips beyond Bali. We blog about it only when we experienced it ourselves. So, go on and enjoy reading all the “bests” Bali has to offer.
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- Best Bali Daytrips
- Beyond Bali
- Cultural & Sightseeing
- Eat & Drink
- Enjoy A Day At 100k
- Expat Life
- Getting Around
- Kids in Bali
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- Top List
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The newly-opened Peachy Bar and Restaurant serves Mediterranean dishes in the iconic Canggu shortcut. Escape daily life in a peachy way – share plates with friends and sip in its vibrant surroundings, next to the green rice terrace.
Located in the heart of Kuta, Fairfield by Marriott Bali Kuta Sunset Road unveils access to all it takes for a memorable business trip in Bali. From its stylish-tropical decorated property, high-tech meeting rooms, and of course delightful attractions and beautiful beaches less than 20 minutes away, you surely won’t miss the fun during your stay.
Fashion was always a translated in many ways – from trends to highlighting social issues, it was no doubt a language that many of us use to speak and express ourselves. That very idea was a means for The Apurva Kempinski to show its fondness for the rich culture that Indonesia has to offer.
Every year, thousands of holiday-makers flock to the island of Bali to experience its unique culture, eye-catching artwork and wide variety of mouthwatering dishes.
Many of you will know about Bali’s famed Green School in Ubud, what you might not know is that there is also a Green Camp Bali, a “wall-less” camp located in Ubud offering immersive nature experiences.
Calling all pasta lovers! Fairfield by Marriott Bali Kuta are excited to announce the arrival of the Jaba Lounge – a sensational new dining concept that merges Indonesian, Western and Italian street food cuisine in one delightful location.
You don’t need to spend a fortune to have an excellent Bali experience and enjoy all the island has to offer. We’ve put together our best tips to get the most bang for your buck when it comes to traveling to Bali on a budget.
To bring the dream wedding into reality, Fairfield by Marriott Bali Kuta Sunset Road offers a fabulous wedding package that comes with affordable price yet handled by the experienced and professional wedding team.
The International school based in Sanur, Bali Island School ends 2021-2022 academic year with strong IBDP results and starts the new academic year 2022-2023 with a new Principal.
Visiting Grand Hyatt Bali is Le Petit Chef – the World’s Smallest Chef. He is here on the island and ready to take you on the journey of Marco Polo. Your dining experience involves joning this handsome little chef as he follows the footsteps of Marco Polo through Europe, the Middle East and China. You will enjoy him creating dishes inspired by the spices he finds in each of his dentations.
Sofitel’s signature restaurant, Cucina, will reopen later this month with seasoned Italian Chef Patrizia Battolu at the helm. Rustic Italian-Mediterranean fare will remain the focus of the sleek new eatery, but with a fresh new approach courtesy of Battolu. Meanwhile, the restaurant’s interiors have been treated to a five-star makeover.
If vogueish beach clubs, boutique shopping, and high-energy fun are your thing, Seminyak should be on your Bali radar. Sandwiched between Legian and Berawa on the south-west coast, it’s one of Bali’s original tourist resorts. And it’s loved by Aussies and domestic tourists alike.
This August, look no further than the St. Regis Bali Resort for an exclusive culinary dining experience at their award-winning Kayuputi restaurant.
From spicy broths to fragrant curries, Thailand’s capital is famous for its vibrant street food culture. And now, food lovers from Bali and beyond can get a taste of Bangkok right here in Ubud.
Ubud is to art and culture what Uluwatu is to surfing. It’s a destination of royal palaces and crumbling temples, of hand-hewn handicrafts, and the most lavish temple ceremonies you’ll find anywhere on the island. And all this comes amidst a staggeringly beautiful backdrop of rainforests and rice fields. Even better, hotels here stand up to the best anywhere. But if you’re looking for luxury and an up-close-with-nature experience, try the outskirts of Ubud.